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Former Republican U.S. Representative for New York's 19th congressional district.
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ENG:Nan Alison Sutter Hayworth (born December 14, 1959) is the former U.S. Representative for New York's 19th congressional district. She was defeated in her bid for reelection on November 6th, 2012. She is a member of the Republican Party and has received significant support from the Tea Party. Early life, education, and medical career Nan Alison Sutter was raised in Munster, Indiana, to parents who were both World War II veterans. Her mother immigrated to the United States from England in 1948. A graduate of Munster High School, Nan went on to graduate from Princeton University and then Cornell University Medical College, after which she trained in ophthalmology at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. She first worked in a solo practice and in 1996 joined the Mount Kisco Medical Group. ...
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Hayworth Promotes Tax Asses. Credits For Energy Efficiency

Homeowners seeking dollars for clean energy and efficiency improvements through property tax assessments may find such programs unavailable. That’s thanks to what Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-New York) sees as an overreach by the federal overseers of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. “They claim that it creates obligation, a debt obligation, that may jeopardize recovery in case of a foreclosure,” she said Tuesday. Hayworth says the data shows that homeowners with such assessments default less often. She’s backing legislation that would open up federally backed to such PACE, or ...

Nan Hayworth: The Tea Party’s Woman in New York

If you were hoping that the nightmarish fight over the debt-ceiling brouhaha might recede into the distance, after a month there's already evidence that its politics can be adapted to nearly any situation. Like a natural disaster, for instance. Maybe Michele Bachmann was joking when she made a grabby, outlandish statement implying that God was punishing Americans for failing to cut the debt, but when Eric Cantor said last week that the federal government needed to offset any hurricane-relief spending with budget cuts, he definitely wasn't kidding. Neither is Congresswoman Nan Hayworth, a ...

Hayworth would like Romney at the top of the ticket in 2012

Representative Nan Hayworth endorsed Mitt Romney this afternoon. It's justone of many congressional endorsements Romney has rolled out in recent weeks, as the Republican establishment has gradually come to accept him as the presumptive nominee. But in the case of Hayworth, a freshman congresswoman in a quintessential swing district, it's particularly telling. Her district, New York's19th, covers parts of the Hudson Valley and, in recent elections, has tended to mirror national trends at the top of the ticket. A Democrat, John Hall, won the seat in 2006 with just 51 percent of the vote, as ...

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Dear friends,The election of 2012 is over, and while the results didn't go our way, nobody could've fought harder or more honorably than our team. I'm so proud of the hundreds of volunteers who spent their days and nights working to protect and promote all that we cherish about our country and our Hudson Valley. I'm honored to have been side by side with all of you and to have served as our Representative in the 112th Congress. I'll continue to do all I can to serve the cause of individual liberty and opportunity that is uniquely American. It is in that spirit of love of country that I'll now concentrate on helping our new Representative-elect, Sean Patrick Maloney, have a smooth transition for the sake of our constituents. Please know that I'll always keep faith with the friendship and support you have shown, and that you have my deepest gratitude.Sincerely, Nan
JTA Jewish & Israel News: Rallies Across US Supporting Israel's Right to Defend Itself
(JTA) -- Israel solidarity rallies are scheduled for New York and venues across the United States. Also in New York, in suburban Westchester County, a rally was scheduled for Tuesday evening at Temple Israel Center in White Plains. U.S. Reps. Nita Lowey, Nan Hayworth and Eliot Engel are scheduled to attend.
Congresswoman Hayworth Lauded for Supporting Access to Cancer Care
Fairfax, VA – The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) applauds the work of Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-N.Y.) for supporting efforts to protect access to cancer care.“Rep. Hayworth stood with us to significantly limit Medicare’s proposed cuts to radiation therapy,” said Laura I. Thevenot, chief executive officer of ASTRO. “Our members and their patients are extremely grateful for the support and leadership of Rep. Hayworth and colleagues to protect cancer care across the country. Access to high-quality cancer care is vital to increasing treatment success and patient survival.”
Happy Thanksgiving!
Tomorrow we'll gather with friends and loved ones to share thanks for the abundance in our lives. It's a reminder to be grateful, every day, for the soldiers and veterans, and their families, who have sacrificed so much for our freedom--and, especially in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, for the first responders who give their all when their neighbors need help in a crisis.This year Thanksgiving comes just after a big election. While I won't be returning to Washington this time around, knowing how many dear and generous and supportive friends I have is a blessing for which I'm profoundly grateful. I'll honor it by continuing to do everything I can to assure that our Hudson Valley, and our country, will have the future of opportunity and prosperity they deserve. I became a citizen legislator to use my skills and experience to make government work better and smarter for the people, and it's very clear that we still have a lot to accomplish together in the coming months and years!With enthus

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